Add tabbed content to your event description

How to organise your event description with tabbed content

You've set up your event page but there's just too much information to fit all in one space. Organise your event description by using our Tabbed Content feature and allow guests to easily find the information they're looking for.

You'll be able to add tabbed content to your event page after you've finished the event creation form. In your Quicket account, go to My Events  then Manage Events . Click on your event and from the menu of your event dashboard, go to Event Page then Tabbed content .



From here, click on the Add tab button.



Once you've chosen which tab you'd like to add, click the spanner under Actions to add and edit the content of the tab.



If you'd like to hide one of your tabs, click the eye icon under
Actions . Your tab will still be available for you to view and edit in your dashboard, but visitors to your event page will no longer see the tab. To remove a tab completely, click the bin icon.

Types of tabbed content

We've added six types of tabbed content that you can use on your event page.

Attributes
This is a good way to break down the general information of your event. You can add as many attributes as you'd like for details such as date, venue, social media accounts that visitors can follow, etc.



Content
The content tab allows you to add a secondary tab similar to the About tab, which is the default Quicket tab. In this tab, you can add any mixed media of your choice (images, text and video).



News
This allows you to publish news items with time stamps.



Gallery
The gallery tab allows you to upload images to a gallery. Give people a taste of what's to come by uploading colourful, fun photos of previous events or media coverage. Note that square images will work best.



Mixed content
This tab is for listing anything with images and a write-up. We suggest using it for artist line-ups without a schedule or for listing partners, sponsors, speakers or stalls.



Schedule
Schedules were introduced to allow an event with time sensitive information to keep visitors informed. This is good to use for music line-ups and conference schedules.



Once you've created all the tabs you need for your event, you can preview your masterpiece by heading to Preview on the left-side menu of your event dashboard.


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